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Kerry Needs The Fans To Turn Up In Killarney Says Aidan

Kerry Needs The Fans To Turn Up In Killarney Says Aidan

August 4, 2018 at 12:42 pm Comments are Disabled

FORMER Kerry GAA star Aidan O’Mahony says Kerry needs the fans to turn up in theyr droves in Killarney on Saturday and he still believes we can win Sam if Kerry progresses today. The former All-Star was speaking at an event in Benner’s Hotel to honour the late Robert O’Dowd […]

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Anthony Maher, wins a kick out over Paul Cribbon. Photo by Dermot Crean.

If You Plan On Sitting In The Stand For Kerry v Kildare, Know This…

July 27, 2018 at 9:45 am Comments are Disabled

IF you’re going to the Kerry v Kildare game on Saturday, August 4, then it’s worth knowing that all tickets are unreserved. In other words, if you want to sit in the stands, you’ll have to get there early. So if it’s a wet day expect the stand to be […]

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PHOTOS: Eight Things To Take From Kerry’s Destruction Of Kildare

PHOTOS: Eight Things To Take From Kerry’s Destruction Of Kildare

August 4, 2015 at 1:22 pm 1 comment

As the dust settles on Kerry defeat of Kildare, Gavin O’Connor looks at what we learnt from the victory, plus our own action photos from the game… 1. The Gooch is back  James O’Donoghue had hinted in the build-up that Cooper is a different man as soon he hits Croker. Kerry followers […]

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Tara Ní Mhóráin, Dundalk and Micheál Ó Leidhin, Ballinskelligs, in Croke Park on Sunday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: The Green And Gold Army Invade Dublin

August 3, 2015 at 12:39 pm Comments are Disabled

EARLIER we brought you photos of the Kerry fans in Dublin for the match (click here for previous story). In recent years, the support for Kerry in quarter and semi-finals has been very impressive and despite the lack of glamour about the fixture, there was still a great showing of […]

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How Twitter Reacted To The #KerryvKildare Slaughter

How Twitter Reacted To The #KerryvKildare Slaughter

August 3, 2015 at 12:29 pm Comments are Disabled

  YOU really had to feel sorry for Kildare by the end yesterday. Sitting in the crowd, when Colm Cooper advanced on goal with a few minutes to go, a few Kerry fans behind me implored him to punch it over and he duly did that. It was a plea for […]

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Barry John Keane with his aunt Bernice Hoffman and his mother Kayrena, outside the Croke Park Hotel after the match on Sunday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Kerry Supporters Turn Up To Cheer On The Lads In Croker

August 3, 2015 at 10:22 am Comments are Disabled

FROM a spectator’s point of view, it fell somewhere between the Christians v The Lions circa 90AD and a Harlem Globetrotters exhibition game, but Kerry fans didn’t mind. They turned up in their thousands again at our spiritual home and roared their approval as the Kerry forwards ran riot in […]

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PHOTOS: Kerry In Seventh Heaven As They Destroy Kildare By 27 Points

PHOTOS: Kerry In Seventh Heaven As They Destroy Kildare By 27 Points

August 2, 2015 at 5:56 pm Comments are Disabled

Gavin O’Connor reports from Croke Park on Kerry’s rout of Kildare… Kerry 7-16 Kildare 0-10 IT was total domination as Kerry destroyed Kildare by 27 points this afternoon. Seven second half goals helped equal the all-time winning margin in championship football. Ruthlessness, driven by competition for places was the catalyst for […]

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Barry O'Shea

Barry O’Shea: Kerry To Win But We Need To Be On Our Toes

July 31, 2015 at 4:35 pm Comments are Disabled

Barry O’Shea played for Kerry in 1998 when the Lilywhites got the better of us, but he reckons Sunday will have an altogether different outcome… BACK in 1998, I was played in an All-Ireland semi-final against Kildare, my cousin Karl and his father Micko, were also involved that day, though on […]

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One Change For Kerry Team To Face Kildare

One Change For Kerry Team To Face Kildare

July 30, 2015 at 8:52 pm Comments are Disabled

THERE is just one change on the Kerry team from the Munster final replay two weeks ago, for their clash against Kildare on Sunday in Croke Park. Stephen O’Brien, introduced in the Munster Final, is named in the half forward line in place of Johnny Buckley. Colm Cooper remains on […]

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